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I have recently noticed a swelling under my right jawline, though it's not painful. Please advise as to what this could be.

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Hello, It may be an enlarged lymph node, which is nothing serious. But just to be sure visit a dentist. Thank You
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Hello, Look one cannot conclude on the information which you provided . More detailed history like when it started exact location like upper or lower jaw along with which tooth and also a photograph of that swelling will give a fare idea about it to conclude what cloud be it, otherwise it will very tentative for dentist to give an idea , even if he/she does it. Regards! Dr. Priyanshu Singh
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A swelling in that region could be from a salivary gland, or an enlarged lymph node. It would be better to see an oral surgeon, or a dentist.
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